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Greens (Est. 1947) 
of Dulwich Village
Art Stationers & Toy Shop
(Two shops in One)


Art Stationers 
31 Dulwich Village
SE21 7BN
Tel: 020 8693 5938
The Toy Shop is located at the back 

Buses: 37, P13           
Rail: North Dulwich


Opening times                                   
Monday 09:00-17:30
Tuesday 09:00-17:30
Wednesday 09:00-17:30
Thursday 09:00-17:30
Friday 09:00-17:30
Saturday 09:00-17:30
Sunday 11:00 - 16:00
Bank holidays closed           


The oldest established stockist of artists’ materials in South East London, we carry ranges by  Winsor and Newton, Daler-Rowney, Pebeo and many more. Our experienced staff can advise you on media, canvas and paper so you can make the most of your creative talents. We also offer a wide selection of printer cartridges at competitive prices, stationery (including a personalised stationery service), Lamy and other pens, greetings cards, wrapping paper and school supplies. For your craft projects you will find an extensive array of items and friendly advice if you need it.

  Greens Toy Shop
Our shop is a time-honoured destination for those with pocket money to spend or that special present to buy. Like an Aladdin’s cave crammed with delights for children of every age, we stock a huge range of toys, crafts, models, jigsaws, and games as well as the latest playground crazes. Our expert staff can help you to find the perfect gift, whether it’s Lego, Le Van, Sylvanian Families, Orchard, Games Workshop or any number of other leading brands. Greens Gift tokens available
Owner : Mary Green
More info

The Art Stationers in Dulwich Village was established by Brian Green in 1947 after leaving Foyles Bookshop.
Brian Green is the author of several books on the history of Dulwich Village including:
Around Dulwich  (Village Books 1982)
Dulwich Village  (Village Books 1983)
Victorian & Edwardian Dulwich  (Quotes Ltd 1988)
Dulwich The Home Front (Dulwich Society 1995)
Dulwich A History (College Press 2002)



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